Sedona Heritage Museum – Learning About Sedona
Sedona stems from an abundant history dating back thousands of years. “Caretakers Of Sedona’s History” is the motto gives itself as the protectors of Sedona’s history. The Sedona Heritage Museum now occupies the old Jordan Family home, one of the original pioneer families. The Sedona Heritage Museum in recent years teamed up with the Sedona Historical Society to preserve Sedona’s history. As the Sedona Heritage Museum works in conjunction with the Sedona Historical Society, both work on the supervision of protecting the area’s deep historical foundation. Both work closely together, focusing on town events to educate on Sedona’s history, history conservation, archiving and repairing of any historical items that are found in or around Sedona.
If you and your family would be interested in Sedona and how it’s surrounding history came about, the Sedona Heritage Museum would be a great place to find out more on Sedona. The Sedona Heritage Museum takes satisfaction in preserving Sedona’s past to interpret what will happen in the future.
Recent visitors comment that the museum is a great place for you and your kids if you have additional time. People that visit the museum comment on the great informative displays and educated faculty that are able to tell of the rich history that Sedona embodies. Visitors recommend purchasing the additional $2 for an audio tour in discovering more on Sedona with your time there.
Sedona Heritage Museum Hours & Rates
The Sedona Heritage Museum is found on Jordan Road and will be easy to locate. While driving on Jordan Road, the museum is just off the northern part of Highway 89A. The museum is open everyday from 11am to 3pm and closed major holidays. You can give yourself a self-guided tour and rates are $5 and children under 13 can come for free. The audio tour is $2 and well worth it. To visit online and find out more information, visit Sedona’s Heritage Museum.